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1. According to this viewpoint, why is Japan less likely to have problems with careless fire­starters than is the United States?

2. Which activity is an example of competition within a group?

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According to the Juvenile Curfew Act, which of the following should anyone under the age of 17 with a nighttime job be sure to do?

4. In 1947, the United Nations (UN) tried to resolve the conflict over land between Arabs and Jews living in the former British mandate of Palestine. The UN recommended that Palestine be partitioned into two states―Arab and Jewish―and that the city of Jerusalem become a UN trusteeship. The majority of people living in Palestine were Arabs, and Arab leaders in Palestine rejected the plan. Jewish leaders accepted the plan and proclaimed the state of Israel within their part of Palestine. Almost immediately, war broke out between seven Arab nations and Israel.

Based on the information above, which was the main reason for the 1948 war in the Middle East?

5. Which amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects a person’s right to write letters to the editor of a newspaper suggesting governmental reforms?

✑ Amendment “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press”

✑ Amendment “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated”

✑ Amendment “No person compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself”

✑ Amendment 6: “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial”

✑ Amendment 8: “Excessive bail shall not be required”

6. Nationalism is defined as devotion to one’s nation.It can encourage positive civic participation for a more productive society.If carried to the extreme, however, it can cause widespread and violent international conflicts.

Which of the following illustrates extreme nationalism in the twentieth century?

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Which statement expresses one of Andrew Carnegie’s main points?

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In 1889, Jane Addams, a social reformer in Chicago, Illinois, founded a settlement house called Hull House, which provided child care, kindergarten, libraries, playgrounds, vocational and domestic training, and food services to poor city residents. It also sent visiting nurses to help care for the sick in Chicago’s crowded neighborhoods.

At Hull House, young mothers practiced ways to care for their children―including the daily infant bath, which is illustrated in the photograph above. English-language classes, civic rights classes, and art classes were also offered. The settlement houses provided important services to the poor at a time when government and many churches did not provide them.

Many of the people who worked at the settlement houses also worked to outlaw sweatshop working conditions, to promote organized labor, and to secure workers’ compensation laws.

Adapted from Winthrop D. Jordan, Miriam Greenblatt, and John S. Bowes, The Americans: A History (Evanston, Ill.: McDougal, Littell & Company, 1994), 497.

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­Based on the information, which attitude did Jane Addams most likely have about her clients at Hull House?

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This letter was written by a member of the American Anti-Slavery Society.

To Mr. T. D. Weld Dear Sir:

"You have been appointed an agent of the American Anti-Slavery Society. . . . Our object is the overthrow of American slavery. We expect to accomplish this, mainly by showing to the public its true character . . . its denial of the first principles of religion, morals, and humanity. . . .

"You will teach everywhere, the great fundamental principle of IMMEDIATE ABOLITION, as the duty of all masters. . . . Insist principally on the SIN OF SLAVERY, because our main hope is in the consciences of men.

"The people of color ought at once to be emancipated and recognized as citizens, and their rights secured, equal in all respects to others, according to the fundamental principle laid down in the American Declaration of Independence."

Letters of Theodore Dwight Weld, Angelina Grimke Weld, and Sarah Grimke, Volume I (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1934), 124C28.

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Based on the map, residents of which area of the country would have most strongly

protested the ideas expressed in the letter?

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Which conclusion about the extent of UN forces between 1945 and 2001 is best supported by the map?